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Oral Presentations

text of unpublished presentations

page updated December 28, 2016


 Index to Oral Presentations

This page is the index for transcripts of selected conference talks, discussions, lectures, product demonstrations, and other unpublished presentations by or about Learning Sites, its goals, it methods, or its current projects. Items are listed in reverse chronological order.

2016   Virtual Heritage to the Rescue. Presented by Donald H. Sanders, PhD, at the Protecting Cultural Heritage in an Uncertain Time, symposium sponsored by New York University, held in Washington DC, on October 26. The link above will bring you to the conference Website; to listen to Sanders talk, please scroll down to Panel 2 and start the video at the 34:53 mark.


2004   The Citadel at Nimrud: An Interactive Virtual Reality Model. Presented by Samuel M. Paley, PhD, and Donald H. Sanders, PhD, at the annual meetings of the Archaeological Institute of America, San Francisco, January 2-5.


2002   Virtual Realities as Storytelling Enhancements for Museums and Archaeological Parks. Presented by Donald H. Sanders, PhD, at a European Commission Eureka! conference entitled Advancing Archaeological Sites: exploring technology and the theme park experience, Thessaloniki, Greece. March 14-15.


2001   The Tourist and the Time; Machine: are visitors and staff ready for on-site real-time virtual reconstructions? Presented by Donald H. Sanders, PhD, at a European Commission Eureka! workshop entitled Advancing Archaeological Sites: exploring technology and the theme park experience, Chania, Crete, Greece. December 13-14.


2000   The Assyrian Palaces at Nimrud: Digital Publication Projects and the Implications for Archaeology and Education on the Web. Presented by Samuel M. Paley, PhD, and Donald H. Sanders, PhD, at a conference entitled Ancient Studies -- New Technology: The World Wide Web and Scholarly Research, Communication, and Publication in Ancient, Byzantine, and Medieval Studies, Salve Regina University, Newport, Rhode Island, USA. December 8-10.